Request an In-Person Hearing

You can request a hearing online, by mail or via the Pay or Dispute mobile app. Please choose one of these options to help ensure social distancing at our business centers, which are operating at reduced capacity due to COVID-19. If you cannot conduct your hearing online, by mail, or via the app, you can schedule an in-person hearing. Please note that in-person parking ticket and camera violation hearings for commercial vehicles remain suspended at this time.

The time limits for submitting parking ticket hearing requests and appeals have been suspended until further notice. The 30-day time limit is in effect for camera violations. No additional penalties will be added to any unpaid non-judgment parking tickets issued on or after March 22, 2020, until further notice. The 30-day period to pay or dispute camera violations has resumed. Tickets that were in judgment prior to March 22, 2020, will continue to incur interest.

You or your eligible representative can visit any Finance Business Center for a walk-in hearing on a first-come, first-served basis between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday. No appointment is necessary. You do not need an attorney to represent you.
Common Reasons for Ticket Disputes

Appearing at a Hearing

Normally, the registered owner of a vehicle disputes his or her own parking ticket. However, an eligible representative can also dispute a parking ticket on your behalf.

If you have received a ticket on a rental car, you are responsible for the ticket and may have a hearing as the operator of the car.


You must bring your:
  1. Valid Driver's License
  2. Vehicle registration
  3. Title or Rental Agreement

To support your plea of "Not Guilty," read:

Common Reasons for Ticket Disputes
Evidence Recommendations
Preparing for Your Hearing